Who plays the song "The Golden Dragon " that plays on the CVS Pharmacy phone line ?

If anyone knows the name of the Band or Orchestra that plays the Karl King version of the song "The Golden Dragon " that is heard while you are on "hold" when calling a CVS Pharmacy, please let me know. I would appreciate it. The song is not the original Karl King version. Some other Band plays it, and my elderly Mother is obsessed with the song, and I'd like to try and find a copy of the song for her. Thanks for any reply / info, Karl.

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Not sure, but I work @ a CVS & have to listen to that annoying song everytime I have to call another store. Suuuuuuuuucks.

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